Saloni Kapur is Assistant Professor of International Studies in the Department of Social Sciences at FLAME University. Her research interests include critical security studies, international relations theory, and the politics of South and West Asia.
Saloni holds a PhD in International Relations from Lancaster University, an MA in International Relations from the University of Warwick, and a BA in Economics from the University of Pune. Her PhD thesis utilised English School theory to explore the responsibility of the great powers towards insecurity in Pakistan. She is currently working on the relations between South and West Asia viewed through the prism of Regional Security Complex Theory. She is the author of Pakistan after Trump: Great Power Responsibility in a Multi-Polar World (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021) and the co-editor of Securitisation in the Non-West (Routledge, 2019).